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  • 10 Apr 2016 2:01 PM | Anonymous

    A clash of cultures, precipitated by a journey from Apartheid South Africa, enmeshes the reader in suspense and intrigue.

    Published- May 2016

  • 08 Mar 2016 7:20 PM | Susan Horowitz

    Enjoy my book "QUEENS OF COMEDY" (interviews with legendary comediennes Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, etc.)

    Here's the link to onlne book.

    (Print copies also available.)  Here's my website:

  • 06 Mar 2016 5:43 PM | Donna Spector

    The Wise Peasant Girl has been published by YOUTHPlays!

    Young King Alexander lives, isolated, in a beautiful castle, surrounded by a high wall. When a peasant girl tells him about strange troubles in his country, he angrily explores his kingdom at night, in disguise, and discovers not only the truth and the solutions to his subjects’ woes, but also the key to his own happiness.

  • 06 Mar 2016 5:34 PM | Donna Spector

    Golden Ladder, my Off Broadway full-length comedy, has been published by YOUTHPlays!

    Raised as a Presbyterian by her anti-Semitic mother who married a Jew, Catherine worries that her father, a “Jewish atheist,” will go to Hell. Because her Catholic friend Mary has told her that Jewish girls have excessive hormones, when she meets Aaron Feldman, Catherine assumes he is her sexual destiny. Too innocent at 14 to be lovers, they become close friends until Catherine breaks off their friendship because she knows her father wants her to please her mother. With zealous fervor Catherine tries to be a Presbyterian, then a Catholic and finally a Fundamentalist Christian. But each fails to satisfy her because she is motivated by the wrong reasons. Ultimately Catherine realizes that in denying her Jewish heritage she has become like her mother. It is then that she returns to Aaron and the religion of her father and grandmother.



  • 05 Mar 2016 10:17 AM | Robin Rice

    PLAY NICE!, a full-length play inspired by Jean Genet's THE MAIDS, has been published by Original Works Publications. Three siblings use imagination to battle the Dragon Queen, their mother. Scary, funny and real. Challenging roles for four youthful actors. /   See synopsis:

  • 24 Jan 2016 1:43 PM | Deleted user
    Cedar Grove Books has just published playwright Bianca Bagatourian's first children's book. 

    "DRACULIZA is a little vampire who wishes she could be a princess in a fairy tale. Alas, she’s from Transylvania which throws a monkeywrench into her plans. Along with her top advisor, a bat named Spike, Draculiza finds a clever way to break into the fairy tale world and turn it upside down!" 

    The play, DRACULIZA, will be produced this coming Halloween, directed by Michael Arabian.

  • 15 Jan 2016 11:12 AM | Sandra Dempsey

    Sandra Dempsey's heart-wrenching piece Air Apparent © has been selected from a national call to be included in the new 10-minute play anthology by Playwrights Canada Press, to be published in 2016.

    Air Apparent © reveals the plight of one of the forgotten, uninsured victims of 9/11 - one of the non-uniformed, non-rich victims - and the struggle she endures as she tries to get medical help.

  • 12 Jan 2016 2:46 PM | Catherine Frid

     Created through a unique collaboration between a professional playwright and a group of seniors, this collection of scenes is based on true stories from the lives of seniors today.

     Our Voices: Senior Selfies celebrates seniors’ empowerment through vignettes that are hilarious, insightful and poignant. These 19 scenes include “Smart Alec Car Sales;” a mock tv game show “So You Think You Can Help;” the “Best Adult Child” competition with audience voting by ballot; “Quickie,” a (non) conversation about sex; and an original rollicking finale song.

     Playwright Catherine Frid worked with a storytelling group of seniors over five months to collect and craft the material for Our Voices: Senior Selfies. These scenes are for 1-9 actors, and are 1-15 minutes long. They can be presented as a two-act show or as stand-alone vignettes, and work well for script-in-hand presentations.

    Published by ArtAge Publications:

  • 08 Dec 2015 11:26 AM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    One-Act Play Depot, based in Spiritwood, Saskatchewan, Canada, is publishing "Discovery," a 16-page play with 3 female characters. The play is about a teen who "feels" Jewish and breaks into the agency that handled her adoption, to learn the truth. More information at

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